Jenna Cooper, of the Bachelor in Paradise franchise, is fighting back against reports by Reality Steve that she cheated on Jordan Kimball, arguing that texts purportedly between her and another man are fake. However, Jordan Kimball told Reality Steve that he doesn’t believe what his ex-fiancee is saying. The shocking break up came to light after Reality Steve’s expose landed right after fans were convinced that the Jordan, Jenna love story was real.
The texts allege that it’s Jenna’s relationship with Jordan that was fake, and they’ve blown up what appeared to be one of the strongest relationships to come out of Paradise, as Cooper and Kimball were one of two couples that made it to engagement. However, even as BIP was airing its finale showing a loved-up Jordan and Jenna setting an engagement date, Reality Steve was throwing a big wrench into the love match by publishing texts from the anonymous man.
According to Reality Steve, the texting was going on while Jenna was pretending to be in love with Jordan. Now Jordan is done with Jenna, and Jenna has taken to Instagram to defend herself.
Here’s what you need to know about the big Jenna, Jordan texting scandal:
Reality Steve Published Texts That Allege Jenna Was Faking the Relationship for Her Business
And oh yeah, in case you missed it last night, Podcast #95 with @jordan__kimball is now up at: https://t.co/LddJ3Fk0HC. We cover a lot of what happened, where is head is at right now, & what the plan is going forward for him.
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) September 13, 2018
In a post on his website, Reality Steve – who is known for publishing spoilers about the Bachelor franchise – revealed that he had received the text messages from a man he kept anonymous. The man contacted Reality Steve because he alleged Jenna was manipulating Jordan and he wanted to call her out, Reality Steve’s September 11, 2018 story says.
The story included screenshots of the texts, which Reality Steve says he vetted. You can see them in full and read Reality Steve’s article here.
One of the texts is graphic. Others express love and romantic feelings. One text includes such statements as “I keep telling you that this is all for my business” and “Me and Jordan aren’t together for real. I don’t even like him let alone love him” and “He means nothing to me and never has.”
Jordan Told Reality Steve That He Feels Chilled & Like He ‘Got Played’
Reality Steven later conducted a podcast with Jordan Kimball. You can listen to the podcast here.
“I know it’s been a tough couple days for you,” Reality Steve said on the podcast, going over the timeline with Jordan. They recorded the podcast on September 12, 2018. Jordan said he, Jenna and others on Bachelor in Paradise saw a teaser text that Reality Steve had written, implying the texts were coming. Jordan said Jenna “expressed some nervousness.”
He said he gets “really sad thinking about it.” Jordan …read more